hey Doris, signing off for the day. We went to an outlet mall, but it didn't have the store I wanted to go to (wrong mall). I really hate shopping in general. I did get a pair of pants, shirt and a few lttle things. I'd better go figure out what to make for dinner.
We were out the whole day today...Im darn exhausted!
I think people come to you to pour their hearts out huh? LOL Is she on insulin? Just tell her that at least she got diabetes at 70 and not 7! LOL Not that it is not life threatening... but it can be managed. Just tell her that no amount of money is worth it if one wants to live a happy longer life! At least that's how I think about it...
4000$ bills??? What's an EOB?
Dang! Thats a lot of focals! LOL
I have a very bad vision too...started at college. My doctor said it may be genetics (from my father side) since that family side had very very bad visions problems! I am near sighted with astigmatism. Cannot be corrected anymore...so I have glasses ever since. But I wear contacts when I leave home...Im used to them. However, I do not sleep with them on like others do...too dangerous!
Maybe they are more of reading glasses rather than everyday wear. Are you "far sighted"? maybe you just need another eye refraction... Believe it or not...I wear glasses too. Near sighted on my part. Often though I use contact lenses only when Im going out the house. Im more comfortable with glasses around home.
no, it's only my second day of sneezing my head off.
yesterday at guild, I was snuffling during the program, and the nicest friend sitting next to me thought I was crying about my dad or something. She was starting to comfort me so nicely, and I had to say, "Janet, I'm not crying, I don't want you to get my cold!" lol.
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